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Mary Rayman

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at 05-13-2010 10:04pm
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black

I wrote once already and asked....Can I use regular coffee like Folgers in this machine or do I have to use the pods you buy separately????

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TechMilanoItalia If you use the 'My K-Cup Filter' found here: http://www.wholelattelove.com/Keurig/my_kcup.cfm you can use whichever ground coffee you want. Otherwise you would need to use other K-Cups.

05-14-2010 2:42pm |

Karen Hollabaugh

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at 01-17-2010 12:18am
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black

It sounds like you can use regular coffee in this machine - you don't have to use the pre-packaged cups? is that true?

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Tracys ♦ The machine requires a K cup which is prepackaged. however you can purchase The My K-cup reusable coffee filter which allows you to use any of your favorite ground coffees in your Keurig home brewer. Perfect for the aficionado who prefers to grind and flavor his or her own coffee. My K-cup only works in these Keurig home brewers: Elite B40, Ultra B50, Special Edition B60, and Platinum B70. It does not fit the Keurig Commercial brewers: B100, B100P, B100R, B130, B140, B200, B2000, B2003 or B3000.

Here is a link: http://www.wholelattelove.com/Keurig/my_kcup.cfm

01-17-2010 7:30pm |

philhughes

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at 12-31-2009 8:26am
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black
Keurig B30 Mini Brewer Black

Looking at an online users guide, I saw something about "air purge" after the coffee brewing stream stops. What is the purpose of this action? Is there anything wrong with grabbing my cup as soon as the stream finishes (except that the tray may have to catch a stray drop of brew)? Because if I do, then the maker cuts off, and twarts the "air purge."

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DRuff Hello Phil and thank you for your question. When you remove your cup you are leaving space for air to get in the system. Much like what happens the first time you use the machine. The air purge simple dispenses any air bubbles left in the system. Other then having some drips, there shouldn’t be any problem in doing this. Happy Brewing and Happy New Year! Enjoy your Keurig.

12-31-2009 3:57pm |